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Announcements

Call for Papers Archiving, Recording and Representing Feminism: The Global History of Women’s Emancipation in the 20th Century Second Meeting of the International Standing Working Group on Medialization and Empowerment, 10-11 December, 2020 Delhi, India Convenors: Christina von Hodenberg and Jane Freeland (German Historical Institute London) ǀ Partners: Max Weber Stiftung India Branch Office, German Historical Institute Washington DC, German Historical Institute Rome, Orient Institute Beirut How have feminist stories been recorded historically? Where can we find them in the archive? And how does … Continue reading „Announcements“

Call for Applications

Global history – challenges and opportunities A winter school on global history for PhD and early career scholars in Germany and India New Delhi, 17-21 February 2020 Organised jointly by the Heidelberg Centre of Transcultural Studies, the India Branch Office of the Max Weber Stiftung and the German Historical Institute London Convenors: Debarati Bagchi, Felix Brahm, Pablo Holwitt, Monica Juneja and Indra Sengupta We invite applications from PhD and early career scholars (no more than 2 years post-PhD) from history and related disciplines at … Continue reading „Call for Applications“

Working Paper Series

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Third Working Paper under the series Education and the Urban in India

Gaetano Cozzi Prize for studies on the history of games 2018 call for submissions

Message from Gherardo Ortalli, Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche, for the third call for paper of the Gaetano Cozzi Price for early career researchers. Winners receive not only some money but also the possibility to be published in the very beautiful and well edited review « Ludica ». Want to participate? The deadline is  31st December 2018 and the regulations are to be found below: « As part of its long-standing support for research into games, festive events, sports and leisure activities in general up to the outbreak …

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CFPs and What Else?

Some might have noticed that the research group isn’t organizing many conferences at the moment – it’s because we’re all busy writing our thesises, books, articles, etc… But luckily the medieval gaming universe isn’t boring like us – there are many exciting CFP and new publications’ opportunities happening, so please have a look if anything’s up your alley: La Poésie en temps de guerre : représentations du conflit et construction de l’identité à la fin du Moyen Âge, organized by Daisy Delogu (University of …

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Arbeiten, beten, feiern – Der May der Confraternitas Saint-Anne de Notre-Dame de Paris

Von Sophie Matulla und Charlotte Feidicker Während eines Praktikums (Wissenschaft/Mittelalter) am Deutschen Historischen Institut Paris im Zeitraum vom 01.05.-30.06.2018 haben sich Sophie Matulla (Universität Hamburg) und Charlotte Feidicker (Universität Münster) unter der Antleitung von Dr. Vanina Kopp mit Quellen der Bruderschaft St. Anne von Notre-Dame in Paris (1449-1712) beschäftigt. Der hier veröffentliche Beitrag ist aus der Quellenarbeit heraus entstanden. „Item, la coustume est que le jour St-Marc, apres disner, de despendre le May qui est devant Nostre-Dame et le rependre dedans la chappelle. Et …

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C’est la rentrée 2018

Alors que nous revenons toutes et tous lentement vers nos projets après la pause bénéfique de l’été, je me permets de relancer ce carnet pour une nouvelle année universitaire. Dans les semaines à venir, chères lectrices et chers lecteurs, vous allez avoir le plaisir de découvrir un long article sur les fêtes et jeux des confréries parisiennes, un article pour lequel les sources ont été analysés par deux ex stagiaires ici au sein de l’IHA (non, je n’en profite certainement pas pour vous encourager …

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Conference Series: In Global Transit

Against the background of the continuing debate on global migration and its consequences, the German Historical Institutes in Washington, D.C. and London, in cooperation with the newly established Branch Offices in Berkeley (GHI West), New Delhi (India Branch Office) and Peking (China Branch Office), have developed a series of conferences on historical flight and migration research. This way, the Max Weber Foundation aims to contribute to the analysis of these socially relevant and currently much discussed topics. The great potential provided by the new … Continue reading „Conference Series: In Global Transit“